Bisabolol Research Dashboard
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CannaKeys has 14 studies associated with Bisabolol.
Here is a small sampling of Bisabolol studies by title:
- Effectiveness of the sesquiterpene (-)-α-bisabolol in dogs with naturally acquired canine leishmaniosis: an exploratory clinical trial
- Clinical efficacy of new α-bisabolol mouthwashes in postoperative complications of maxillofacial surgeries: a randomized, controlled, triple-blind clinical trial
- Cyclodextrin Conjugated α-Bisabolol Suppresses FAK Phosphorylation and Induces Apoptosis in Pancreatic Cancer
- Anticancer effect of terpenes: focus on malignant melanoma
- Cannabis terpenes display variable protective and anti-aggregatory actions against neurotoxic β amyloid in vitro: highlighting the protective bioactivity of α-bisabolol in motorneuronal-like NSC-34 cells
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- Top medical conditions associated with Bisabolol
- Proven effects in clinical trials for Bisabolol
- Receptors associated with Bisabolol
- Individual study details for Bisabolol
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Overview - Bisabolol
What is Bisabolol?
Bisabolol is a sesquiterpene occurring in significant amounts in several plant species, such as Psidium guajava (guava), Matricaria chamomilla (German chamomile), and cannabis.
Is Bisabolol safe?
Its concentrated form is a clear, colorless liquid that may cause skin irritation and allergic reactions.
IUPAC Name: (2R)-6-methyl-2-[(1R)-4-methylcyclohex-3-en-1-yl]hept-5-en-2-ol
Fruity, nutty aroma with hints of coconut.
Psidium guajava (guava), Matricaria chamomilla (German chamomile), Cannabis.
Cannabis Strains High in Bisabolol
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Bisabolol Properties and Effects
Bisabolol may have the following properties and effects:
- Antinociceptive (B. Amora-Silva et al., 2019)
- Anti-inflammatory (B. Amora-Silva et al., 2019; A. Licari et al., 2017)
- Anti-amyloid (against neurotoxic beta-amyloid) (J. Laws Iii et al., 2022)
- Anti-metastatic (in pancreatic cancer cells) (M. Uno et al., 2016; Y. Murata et al., 2017)
- Anti-tumor (in pancreatic cancer cells) (M. Kano et al., 2023; T. Seki et al., 2011)
- Apoptotic (in pancreatic cancer cells) (M. Kano et al., 2023)
- Antioxidant (E. Ramazani et al., 2022)
- Neuroprotective (H. Javed et al., 2020)
- Cardio-protective (M. Nagoor Meeran et al., 2020)
- Wound healing (B. Amora-Silva et al., 2019)
- Depigmenting (skin lightening) agent (J. Lee et al., 2010)
- Antimicrobial (B. Amora-Silva et al., 2019)
- Candida albicans (F. Galvão Rodrigues et al., 2018)
- Candida krusei (F. Galvão Rodrigues et al., 2018)
- Candida tropicalis (F. Galvão Rodrigues et al., 2018)
- Staphylococcus aureus (F. Galvão Rodrigues et al., 2018)
- Leishmaniosis (effective in dogs) (V. Corpas-Lopez et al., 2018)
- Gastro-protective (N. Moura Rocha et al., 2011)
- Nephroprotective (T. Lima Sampaio et al., 2016)
- Synergistic analgesia with Tetradrine (may reduce brain cancer metastasis) (L. Jui-Feng et al., 2022)
Bisabolol Receptor Binding
Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and Bisabolol:
Endocannabinoidome (eCBome) and Bisabolol:
- A3 (Adenosine receptor site 3) (F. Brackmann Mendes et al., 2017)
- Ca+ (Voltage-gated sodium channel Ca+ channels)
- Cav3.2 T-type calcium channels (inhibits) (V. Gadotti et al., 2021)
- FAK (focal adhesion kinase is involved in how cells stick together) (Bisabolol inhibits FAK phosphorylation-induces anticancer apoptosis) (M. Kano et al., 2023)
- KISS1r (Kisspeptin receptor aka GPR54) (bisabolol activates with potential therapeutic potential for pancreatic cancer) (M. Uno et al., 2016)
- MARK (Mitogen-activated protein kinase) (bisabolol inhibits) (B. Venkataraman et al., 2022)
- PPAR-γ (Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor-γ) (bisabolol stimulates PPAR-γ expression) (B. Venkataraman et al., 2022)
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